Retiring Social Security

by Ralph Reiland -- Just look at the numbers and it's obvious that Social Security is a "lousy investment" for anyone under 50, says Pete Dupont, the former governor of Delaware and more…

Back to school?

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Have you seen that clever TV commercial in which the father, much to the chagrin of his two young kids, gleefully shops for school supplies to the sound more…

Leading sheep to slaughter

by Tom Ambrose -- You've just got to give them credit, folks ... our government representatives excel at pandering to the populace better than anyone else on the planet. The latest manifestation more…

Whatever happened to Johnny Appleseed?

by Gordon Prather -- Now might be a good time to write your congressman, supporting President Bush's courageous rejection of the U.N.'s Kyoto Protocols. Congress is already under siege by legions of more…

On staying 'morally straight'

by Jerry Falwell -- Last year, the U.S. Supreme Court found that the Boy Scouts of America – as a private organization that recruits like-minded members – can determine their own employee more…

CNN now has two black eyes

by -NO AUTHOR- -- CNN is determined to alienate a lot of people who were prepared to praise it for being the first major television news organization to allow its viewers to more…

Silenced no more!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- From Foggy Bottom to the Pentagon to Ft. Meade, rumors of rebellion fill the air. The cancer of corruption that swept out of Arkansas and into D.C. in more…

The real story about Israel

by Yaffah daCosta -- There are many headlines that (although important) could keep people from seeing the spiritual dimension to the real news about Israel. Whether it's articles about the confrontation on more…

Fatally flawed

by Henry Lamb -- The concept of sustainable development entered the world, officially, through the 1987 U.N. Commission on Environment and Development. The event was chaired by Gro Harlem Brundtland, who once more…

Windy thinking

by Cynthia Grenier -- "The Wind Done Gone" is a slim little volume that got way too much advance publicity because the estate of Margaret Mitchell got all worked up over the more…